Indie rock alive and well with Deep Sea Diver at the Kettlehouse
When a band brings out a new album, it becomes essential to promote it by touring. Deep Sea Diver was fortunate to be asked to support Death Cab for Cutie on their latest tour. This gives them exposure to a much larger audience who are serious indie fans.
Primus packs Kettlehouse Amphitheatre, pays tribute to Rush
Primus did more than just pay tribute to Rush: The sold-out crowd at Kettlehouse Amphitheatre responded with wild enthusiasm. After a short break, the band came back and played their own songs.
More music: Mountain Line kicks off Electric Stream Sessions on electric bus
When the pandemic shuttered Missoula's music scene, Mountain Line had an idea. What resulted was a partnership with the Trail 103.3 and Montana Area Music Association (MAMA) to create a five week live stream concert series to benefit local musicians.
Seen around Missoula: Local band strikes up outside the MAM
It’s been 90 days since William Munoz has been able to photograph live music being played. That changed on Wednesday outside the Missoula Art Museum.
UM students’ Water Dance brings climate change concerns to Earth Day
The National Water Dance is “a collective body of dancers and movers physically engaged in drawing attention to and action on water issues.” As a result of the current COVID-19 outbreak, this years' UM dance performances were exclusively online.
Amanda Shires at the Top Hat for a fresh take on country music
Growing up in West Texas, and at an early age, Amanda Shires was immersed in the Western swing tradition that Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys pioneered. After getting a fiddle at age 10, taking lessons in Lubbock, she eventually was invited to play with the Texas Playboys at age 15.
Lyle Lovett still dazzles fans at Wilma with smaller acoustic band
Lyle Lovett returned to Missoula, this time with a much smaller band than last summer when he brought his Large Band to the Kettlehouse Amphitheater.
Dr Dog dazzles Wilma crowd with psychedelic rock, American indie
As evidenced from the near sold out concert at the Wilma Theatre on Wednesday night, Dr Dog continues to tap into new and younger listeners while keeping the older ones.
Miami’s Magic City Hippies get Top Hat crowd moving in return performance
The first time the Magic City Hippies - an alternative funk band based out of Miami - played Missoula's Top Hat in February 2019, it was 10 degrees and a blizzard. Only 50 people braved the conditions that day, but the band played on.
UM Dance Department prepares for gala performance
Ten dances are selected to be showcased in the final Gala preformace. UM Dance Department over the years has successfully been able to have dances selected for the Gala.